Inventor of the biem Butter Sprayer Wins Big with "Shark Tank" Appearance

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Inventor of the biem Butter Sprayer won big on ABC-TV’s "Shark Tank" last Friday night and left with a $500,000 investment from one of the Sharks.

Austin-based entrepreneur Doug Foreman, creator of the biem Butter Sprayer, impressed all of the “Sharks” on ABC-TV’s Shark Tank last Friday night (October 14th) and left with a $500,000 investment from Lori Greiner.

While all the Sharks expressed interest in the biem, it was Lori who made the most enticing offer.

“Being on the show was intense,” said Foreman. “Needless to say, I’m thrilled with the outcome of the Shark Tank segment! I’m looking forward to working with Lori and benefiting from the support she brings with her. I can’t wait to take the biem to the next level.”

The biem Butter Sprayer is a first-of-its-kind kitchen tool that lets users convert a stick of real butter from solid to liquid spray in seconds. The new hand-held device gives users a much more efficient way to use and enjoy real butter in a way not possible before. The biem does so by using its proprietary touch-controlled design, motion-detecting technology and without any chemical propellants. The new product gives consumers one more reason to stop buying margarine and artificial and flammable non-stick cooking sprays.

The biem retails at $129 and is set to ship to consumers on November 30th. For more information, please visit

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Brevda, Inc.
Austin, Texas-based Brevda, Inc., a Delaware company, is dedicated to the development and production of innovative kitchen and food products. Founded in 2014, by Doug Foreman, Brevda is privately held and was named after Doug's three sons Dalton, Evan & Brycen.

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